A 5.5-inch QHD/2K screen, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 801 SoC (or 805, depending on the report), 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage (expandable), optically stabilized camera (with probably laser-based focus assist), and a metal (or faux metal plastic) battery door, is what you should expect inside the case of the upcoming LG G3 flagship.
We’ve seen some concept-like images of the upcoming device, alongside all the leaked blurry photos, and today we’re seeing multi-angle LG G3 press renders from @evleaks. There are only two colors in the renders above, as you can see: white, and champagne/gold. Previous reports urged us to expect a black variant as well, and, if that’s the case, we should expect such press renders to be leaked soon.
Aside from that, we’re not seeing anything unusual (or new). We still have the buttons on the back, that certain “laser” thingy which is still a mystery, and a very thin bezel around the screen in the front. However, the champagne/gold version of the render has some nice lighting on the front, below the screen, where the LG logo resides, tempting us to believe that this will indeed be a phone built from aluminum.
Source: @evleaks (Twitter)